It's getting chilly here in Kentucky, and we have already switched the heat on. As I was walking though my living room this morning, I got a sudden chill. I looked up and realized that my ceiling fan was on, but not moving in the right direction.
With every change of season, homeowners find themselves looking up at their ceiling fans and wondering which direction the blades should be turning to maximize the efficiency of their heating or cooling system. If you’re one of these homeowners, print this read this blog so you won't have to wonder again.
Learn which way should a ceiling fan turn in the summer or the winter for the best airflow and energy savings. When it starts to get warm, it helps to know which way should a fan spin in summer. Check out our videos and infographics to help you!